Street Artist Cam Scale And Loretta Lizzio Mural in London

Hookedblog recently passed through the Walthamstow neighbourhood of Wood Street on a flying visit en route elsewhere but we did manage to stop briefly to check out the latest addition to the areas every growing collection of street art murals.

We have featured or friends at Wood Street Walls (Previously on Hookedblog) on a number of occasions on the site previous to this (see some of the links at the end of the post) as they are the team behind the explosion of street art in the E17 Walthamstow area of London. For their latest project, they have enlisted the talents of Australian artists Cam Scale and Loretta Lizzio for a new addition to Wood Street.

A Melbourne based artist, Cam Scale was in London for VNA Magazine's All Good Things 10 Year charity exhibition at Stolen Space Gallery. Cam Scale was one of 50 plus artists who each donated a piece of work to VNA for the show which were auctioned off on artFido, with all proceeds from the auction sales donated to Macmillan Cancer Support. With VNA Magazine connecting the artist with Mark from Woodstreet Walls in Walthamstow and a prime three story wall located, Cam Scale collaborated on this awesome new mural with fellow Melbourne artist Loretta Lizzio. Have a look of some of the images of the work we captured on our short visit.


Street Artist Cam Scale And Loretta Lizzio Mural in London

The latest Wood Street Mural can be found on Walthamstow's Wood Street, about a five minute walk from the Wood Street Overground train Station.


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